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  • You must check port -32674 of your router because It’s a known backdoor on some router firmware versions. If it’s enabled, disable it and see if your router has an updated firmware and update it.
    Overall, unless you specifically know what you’re doing and need some inbound port enabled, it’s a sound and secure policy to keep them all closed.Using port 32764, anyone on a local network — which includes a user’s ISP could take full administrative control of a router, and even perform a factory reset, without a password.
    To secure your router from this kindly follow these steps:-
    1.Change the administrative credentials from the default username and password.
    2.Change the network name, or SSID from default one.
    3.Enable WPA2 wireless encryption so that only authorized users can hop on your network.
    4.Disable Wi-Fi Protected Setup, if your router lets you.
    5.Set up a guest Wi-Fi network and offer its use to visitors.
    6.Do not use cloud-based router management.
    There are so many ways as well by using these techniques you can secure your network.
    For any help feel free to call us back on 1-800-603-4024.

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